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The H Stool
Torii Metal stools
The H Stool
The Torii Curve Stool
The Torii stool (Saddle version)
The Torii Zazen meditation stool
The Torii Zazen meditation stool
Torii Stool and Totem
The Torii Stool
The Torii Chair
The Architect
The Architect
The H Stool
Torii Stool (Stretched)
Torii Wood Stool
The Torii Curve Stool
The Torii Sadle
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The Torii Sadle
The Torii Curve Stool

oak and powder coated steel H49 x W60 x D28 Torii means bird abode in Japanese, and refers to the traditional gates most commonly found at the entrance of a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred. The stool is born from the confluence of Garth's affinity with Japanese design and living in the South of France in the wine making region of the Languedoc. photo Simon Carter